What happened: President Joe Biden announced his reelection campaign in a slickly produced video that features one of America's most notorious child killers: the pit bull. (The dog, not the reggaeton legend.)
What it means: Some have argued that by including a pit bull in his campaign launch video, Biden has tacitly condoned violence against America's children.
Why it matters: Children are the future. They deserve leaders who value their lives.
By the numbers: There were 233 dog bite-related deaths in the United States between 2014 and 2019, including 89 involving children. Pit bulls were responsible for the vast majority of those deaths and have been involved in several vicious attacks on children in 2023.
Veep thoughts: While serving as district attorney of San Francisco in 2005, Kamala Harris brought felony charges against the mother of a 12-year-old boy who was mauled to death by the family's pit bull. The case resulted in a mistrial after the jury failed to arrive at a unanimous verdict, potentially as a result of prosecutorial incompetence. (Note: The Democratic Party no longer believes in prosecuting criminals.)
Bottom line: Most Americans oppose violence against children and Jews. Biden's extreme agenda has no place in this country.